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Also from the App Store:
When I use this app at night time the dark mode in the app seems to align with dark mode on the iPad so all I see is a lot of black with blue words (hyperlinks) dotted randomly around the page. I have to go into my settings each night to turn off dark mode so I can read the article.
Recent 1 star rating on the Appstore related to this issue (Review: Any plans in the next decade to fix the video player?)
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HI all! I'm thinking that it'd be cleanest to go with the second option of forcing a selection via the migration modal. I'm guessing that this will mean that we'll need copy for all of our supported languages that is similar to the notification sent to Chinese language readers?
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Jan 27 2021
Notes from meeting with @Amire80:
C. Scott suggested looking into this list: https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki/blob/master/languages/data/Names.php (a big thank you to them!)
Jan 25 2021
Updates to Chinese variant support
Jan 20 2021
Ah! Actually found a list here (https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/List_of_Wikipedias) , so I'll make some updates
@James_Dempsey I couldn't find a list anywhere where the languages were listed explicitly in their own languages/scripts so I went to each Wikipedia and grabbed the options from the variant drop down. Also for Tachelhit (shi) I could not find an associated Wikipedia so I don't have subtitles for the Tachelhit language.
Blocked on implementation
- I think because we give folks the option to review their settings in this message there isn't too much need to reiterate for them what their selected variant is (and hopefully whatever we default to won't be too surprising as it's related to their iOS device settings).
- Good point! I updated the text to 'variants' vs. 'variant'
- Yeah, unfortunately I think it'd probably be best to show multiple modals back to back.
- Confirmed, we'll only show the badge/banner when precise location is turned off.
- Thanks for catching this! Yeah, it'd be great to mimic the Apple Maps behavior / alerts
Jan 19 2021
Update the parent doc with this ticket and then merge it into the parent ticket
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Jan 6 2021
Waiting to hear back from Design research re: recruiting and for the feature to be testable.
Jan 5 2021
Thanks for the update, Toni! Re: your second point, perhaps this is a good excuse for us to also focus on the first two sections, which will also make it more consistent with the other experiments and probably receive more eyeballs too!
Jan 4 2021
@Tsevener and @JMinor I put together a couple of different potential solution areas and did a first pass at defining what we would like to exclude and what we would like to highlight in any individual selected string. Let me know if you'd like me to continue refining, I do think though that it might be helpful to have a technical spike to define what might be easy/expensive to do.
Dec 18 2020
Let me know (and feel free to pass back!) if any details are needed! Thanks!